Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: January Teaser

Top cases R v [G and H] Secretary of State for the Home Department (Disclosure of Asylum Records) [2019] EWHC 3147 (Fam) (18 November 2019), MacDonald J – Correct legal principles and procedure to... Read more

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: December Teaser

Hearing of appeals in family proceedings Read more

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: November Teaser

Top five cases NY (A Child) [2019] UKSC 49 (30 October 2019) – Court of Appeal upheld a judge’s order under the inherent jurisdiction of the court; but said Lord Wilson they should have considered... Read more

The tale of a transcript, and a triumph for transparency

Previously on this blog, we had tea at the Ritz (as in: justice is open to all, just like the…). It was quite a treat, finding out all about court fees and costs. The tea wasn’t bad either, with a... Read more

Family Law (27 September – 11 October)

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: October Teaser

Top five cases S-L (Children: Adjournment) [2019] EWCA Civ 1571 (19 September 2019) – A recorder’s adjournment order was ‘wrong’ and procedurally irregular. Read more

Family Law (13 September – 27 September)

Family News Transgender man loses court battle to be registered as father The Guardian – 25 September Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division, has ruled that a transgender man who... Read more

Family Law (30 August – 13 September)

Family News DfE announces major review of SEND system Cypnow – 6 September The government has announced a review of current services available for children with special educational needs or... Read more

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing: September Teaser

Top five cases E (Children: Reopening Findings of Fact) [2019] EWCA Civ 1447 (14 August 2019) – A mother urged to apply FPR 2010 Pt 18, back to the trial judge for a fresh hearing on the basis of... Read more

Family Law (16 August – 30 August)

Family Law Parliament shut-down puts justice bills under threat The Law Society – 28 August Boris Johnson’s plans to prorogue parliament could impact several key pieces of legislation. There are a... Read more

Subscribe to the Bloomsbury Professional Law Newsletter

Law Online

Bloomsburyprofessionallaw Online research for solicitors and barristers practising in English law Free Trial

Need Help?

Bloomsburyprofessionallaw If you need any help with finding publications or just ask a question. Talk to an Advisor: 01444 416119
or send us a message